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ENG: Orrin Grant Hatch (born March 22, 1934) is the senior United States Senator for Utah and is a member of the Republican Party. Hatch served as the chairman or ranking member of the Senate Judiciary Committee (depending on whether the Republicans controlled the Senate) from 1993 to 2005. He previously served as chairman of the Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee from 1981 to 1987. He currently serves as ranking member of the Senate Finance Committee. Hatch also serves on the Board of Directors for the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. Early life Orrin Grant Hatch was born to Jesse Hatch (1904, Vernal, Utah - 1992, Salt Lake City, Utah) and his wife Helen Frances Hatch (née Kamm) (1906, Pekin, Illinois - 1995, Murray, Utah). His great-grandfather Jeremiah ...
for32against   In my opinion Orrin Hatch is quite good politician. For instance, because ... (if I wanted to write why, I wrote it here), positive
for1against   dethronehatch.com Senator Hatch is a good man but he needs to be replaced by someone fresh and dedicated to freedom- not crap like the NDAA, lysander
for1against   Hatch voted for the Patriot Act, and the NDAA, no conservative or Patriot would have done that. He voted for the dream act, and TARP- screwing the middle class, gregorious
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Sen. Orrin Hatch (R) Draws A Primary Challenger


The Salt Lake Tribunereports that Utah Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R) "has told several Utah political insiders that he plans to run against Sen. Orrin Hatch next year, setting up a major intraparty Republican 2012 battle." Whoever wins the GOP nomination will almost certainly win the general election race, so the seat remains "safe Republican" in our estimation. Nevertheless, Senator Hatch's campaign for renomination will be closely watched. In 2010, long-time incumbent Utah Senator Robert Bennett (R) was defeated at the state GOP convention in a Tea Party uprising and thus denied renomination. ...


How far will Orrin Hatch go to survive?


Around noon yesterday, I posted a piece looking back at Sen. Orrin Hatch's sponsorship of a 2003 measure to allow foreign-born citizens to run for president. Less than 24 hours after the piece went up, a tech blogger discovered that the section of Hatch's website that mentioned the "Presidential Eligibility Amendment" had mysteriously disappeared. I noted in my piece yesterday that the archives of Hatch's website still included a section about the amendment, which at the time was seen as targeting Austrian-born Arnold Schwarzenegger. I also asked Hatch's press office if the senator still ...


Sen. Orrin Hatch: ObamaCare Is A “Stupid, Dumbass Program”


Republican Senator Orrin Hatch from Utah gave a speech at Utah State University where he seemed to be testing out some new stand-up comedy material in front of a receptive audience as he trashed President Obama’s healthcare reform program. Although Hatch slightly hesitated before unleashing the harshest description of the bill, after he did, he jokingly apologized for his word choice, but seemed completely sincere with his sentiment. Hatch’s description of “Obamacare”: “Every state has different demographics, every state has different problems. It’s good ...


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Hatch Announces Tim Cook Visit to Utah
Washington, D.C.— As the President pro tem of the U.S. Senate and the Chairman of the Senate Republican High-Tech Task Force, Senator Hatch has worked hard to serve as both an advocate and a resource for Utah’s growing technology sector. For more than a decade, Senator Hatch has brought some of the world’s top tech luminaries to Utah to address the Utah Technology Council’s Hall of Fame event, which provides opportunities for Utah’s growing companies to learn from and network with the most successful leaders in their industry. This year, Apple President and CEO Tim Cook has accepted Senator Hatch’s invitation to speak at the Utah Technology Council’s Hall of Fame event on September 30th. “I’m excited to welcome Tim Cook to Utah this fall.  Perhaps more than anyone else, Tim and Apple are in the middle of the biggest tech issues of the day, including user privacy, encryption, and intellectual property rights protections. The tal
Hatch Bill Targeting Prescription Drug Abuse Heads to President’s Desk for Signature
“Prescription drug abuse is a big problem in Utah. A recent study found that our state ranks fifth in the nation in drug overdose deaths. That’s why I’m so glad Congress has passed the Ensuring Patient Access and Effective Drug Enforcement Act.”   Washington, D.C.— Yesterday the House of Representatives passed legislation that will help ensure that prescription drugs get to the patients who need them and are not abused for improper purposes. Senator Orrin Hatch, R-Utah, the President Pro Tempore of the United States Senate, and sponsor of the bipartisan Ensuring Patient Access and Effective Drug Enforcement Act, applauded the move. (Via YouTube)  Prescription drug abuse is a big problem in Utah. A recent study found that our state ranks fifth in the nation in drug overdose deaths. That’s why I’m so glad Congress has passed the Ensuring Patient Access and Effective Drug Enforcement Act to enc
Scraping for Obama’s Supreme Court Legacy
Despite the plethora of White House-manufactured, media-driven stories that the “GOP [is] suffering under pressure” from President Barack Obama’s push to confirm a third liberal justice to the U.S. Supreme Court, there’s just nothing there. GOP leadership has been very clear, even before the president nominated Judge Merrick Garland, that they will give the American people the opportunity to decide the type of justice they want by giving them the opportunity to consider it as they vote for president this November. This position on Supreme Court nominations during a presidential election year was espoused by the Democrats when they were in a position similar to the one the GOP is in now, but suddenly that doesn’t matter. Today, it is “outrageous” that the GOP takes the position they themselves took not so long ago. The reasons to wait to confirm a justice are compelling, but we would not have this problem if justices had a deep commitment to the
Democrats' Deceptions About High Court Vacancy
In the debate over the Supreme Court vacancy, Senate Republicans have taken a principled stand to wait until after the election to consider a nominee. In response, Democrats and their liberal allies have deployed a series of disingenuous arguments to convince Americans that, by considering a nominee after the election, the Senate is not doing its job. In their latest attempt to deceive voters, progressives claim that the Supreme Court cannot function properly with fewer than nine justices on the bench. Many Democrats have suggested that the Senate’s decision will leave an unprecedented vacancy that will prevent the judicial branch from carrying out its constitutional duties.   This argument would be compelling if it weren’t completely unsubstantiated and ignorant of the Supreme Court’s history. In no way will the current vacancy inhibit the Court from fulfilling its most fundamental responsibilities.  Those who argue the Supreme Court needs nine justices to



 
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